The Brazilian Football Federation have affirmed Neymar has been left out of this current summer's Copa America with a lower leg damage.
Neymar was left limping 17 minutes into Brazil's benevolent success over Qatar on Wednesday night before going to emergency clinic for tests.
It has now been affirmed that Neymar raptured his ligament in his lower leg and will miss the competition, which begins on June 14.
"In the wake of enduring a sprain in his correct lower leg during last Wednesday's down against Qatar, Neymar was assessed and exposed to tests that affirmed the injury," an announcement read on the Brazilian football federation site.
“Due to the seriousness of the injury, Neymar will not have the physical conditions and sufficient recovery time to participate in the Copa America Brasil 2019.”
Neymar led out of Copa America
Neymar nearly missed the 2018 World Cup because of a genuine lower leg damage endured during his first season at Paris Saint-Germain.
The Brazilian whiz has just barely recouped from a second lower leg issue and has now surrendered to his third genuine damage in two years.
Neymar's nonattendance is a gigantic blow for Brazil's expectations of winning the Copa America, which they are facilitating.
Regardless of a troublesome season on account of damage, Neymar is still a major asset to the brazilian national team, missing him really will hurt the team.